I have sent you an email to ask more details about your environment, and the crashes you get. Please send me this information, I would really like to investigate, reproduce the bug and fix it, if it happens to actually come from the plugin.
I'm in the middle of a very important project, and could really use a good WB filter, as your highly praised filter seems to be! I just downloaded the evaluation version, but haven't installed it yet. I'm running WIN7 Ultimate 64 bit, and run both 32 and 64 bit versions of Vegas Pro 10d.
Do I dare to install the filter - or is there an unresolved issue with the filter in VP 10d that can risk my work, even if I don't use the filter withing the project, but just install it?
I cannot risk my project, so do I dare to install the filter? I'm mainly editing HD material (GoPro, AVCHD and HDV).. Is there a way to avoid the known issue?
I'm having no issues with Fred's CC s/w. But if you have any doubts 'cos of your present project then go with your concerns and DON'T install it until you've finished your present work. I'd hate, for what ever reason, you had to come and report back here some tragic issue!
Does anyone know if this OFX bug was fixed with Vegas 10e? I'm a bit hesitant to install these fx in the midst of a project due to the trouble mentioned above, but I'm very interested in trying these plugins.
Just purchased both of this company's plugins... thanks for the quick responses above. Really liking them so far. One question: The default color space is HSV, but I'm always working in RGB. Are people switching the fx color space to HSV if your other media are RGB color space?
I understand from Frederic that this is not something available due to how Vegas works. And that being so, I can't see how that makes anybody switching away from RGB. Maybe others wish to comment. Personally, I'd prefer it would stay put on RGB by default.
Picking colors can be done regardless of the active color model, because the color is actually picked from the original source, as stored in the event file, which is RGB.
The OFX standard graphical user interface proposes the user to manually change the color settings in one of the HSL/HSV/RGB color models, and this only really matters if you change the 3 components of the color manually - not if you just pick the color with the eyedropper.
As mentioned above, the user interface is coming from the OFX framework provided by Vegas (so it will be the same what ever the OFX plugin you use - FBmn Software's or others). I have suggested to Sony that they might let people select a default color model, to be proposed by every OFX plugins, they have acknowledged reception of my proposal but I don't have any commitment about what is going to be done so far.
By the way, the plug-ins are now available with GPU acceleration - you may check this page for more information.